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In the heart of southern Georgia, the mid-sized city of Valdosta provides travelers with a fantastic opportunity to get a taste of southern culture from the comfort of a lovely, urban area. Valdosta was incorporated in 1860, just before the Civil War wreaked havoc on the region. Valdosta remained largely unscathed while acting as a refuge for those fleeing the violence up near Atlanta.

Valdosta is much closer to Florida cities like Tallahassee and Jacksonville than it is to Atlanta, so you are more likely to dip over the border into Florida when you rent an RV here and want to take it for a trip. Interstate 75 flows through Valdosta, servicing the major regional hub and the county seat of Lowndes County. On top of all that, Valdosta is a college town home to Valdosta State University, so there are plenty of bars, restaurants, and fun attractions built into the city, making it an excellent place to base yourself with your Valdosta camper rental.

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The Great Outdoors

Wondering why so many people search for an RV in Valdosta? The answer is a lot simpler than you think. Southern Georgia is an outdoor lover’s dream, complete with sprawling forests, recreation areas, and even picturesque beaches along the Atlantic seaboard. North of Valdosta, you can head off to Reed Bingham State Park to see glorious sunsets over Reed Bingham Park Lake, the focal point of the area. There are boat launches, picnic shelters, fishing docks, and a small campground that can accommodate your Valdosta RV rental by owner.

General Coffee State Park up by the town of Douglas is another fine place to add to your itinerary when you feel like getting the most out of your Valdosta campervan rental. The riparian habitats and cypress swamps of General Coffee State Park are crucial habitats for a variety of endangered animals, so don’t forget your camera when you hike the park’s wooded trails. This exceptional outdoor institution has an assortment of historic cabins, barns, and other structures, in addition to shelters, a pioneer campground, an amphitheater that hosts events, and an RV campground where you can camp with your Valdosta RV rental.

Crooked River State Park is located to the east by the ocean, with exquisite hiking trails and riverfront access. The river is an ideal place to go fishing or put your boat in the water, and cooling off with an afternoon swim is certainly a great way to make use of the free-flowing water. There are picnic shelters and campsites at this small park, much like the other two mentioned above.

Almost directly next door to Crooked River State Park is the Cumberland Island National Seashore, an impressive collection of protected areas on the Atlantic coast. This amazing island paradise off the coast is accessible by means of a public ferry, but guests cannot bring their vehicles on the boat. Camping is still an option if you have a tent to use, and it is well worth it as the island is a tranquil wonderland with peaceful vibes and stunning views of the ocean. Don’t forget to check out the seashore’s very own museum and its assortment of historic structures while you are there.

RV Parks

The outskirts of Valdosta are dotted with many accessible and friendly options for when you need to find a place to camp. Eagles Roost RV Resort is a good example of what you can expect when you rent an RV in Valdosta. The park is right off of the highway, with its own security, conference center, bathhouse, and pool for guests to use.

Jennings KOA is just over the shared state line with Florida, but still easy to reach. There are sports courts, playgrounds, a pool, and fun events for both children and adults, and meeting other park guests could be part of the fun here.

Valdosta Oaks RV Park has spacious campsites and offers access to an assortment of nearby golf courses, shopping centers, and restaurants nearby. There are public restrooms, laundry facilities, and utility hookups.

Exploring the City

Valdosta is a lively college town with lots of entertainment options to keep the nearby university’s students happy and active. This also makes the city an ideal place to rent an RV and take a vacation. Valdosta Mall is a hot spot for shopping, with countless shops and restaurants to peruse and patronize while you stroll around.

If you are eager to learn about the area’s past, the Lowndes County Courthouse and Lowndes County Historical Museum are invaluable resources to make that vision a reality. The courthouse is truly a masterpiece, complete with lavish columns and a decadent exterior. The history museum is a fascinating depository for artifacts, information, photographs, and information regarding the formation of Lowndes County. You can visit the museum itself, or take one of its guided tours through the downtown area, where you can learn about several historic structures and their significance.

If your brain is overworked and incapable of absorbing more facts, go for a relaxing yet memorable trip to the theme park that's located just south of the town. This place features an animal park, a water park, and a theme park complete with water slides, animal safaris, and thrilling roller coasters. This versatile attraction is fantastic for people of all ages including young children.

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